Bullitt family papers - Oxmoor collection, additional papers, 1920-1968.

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Bullitt family. Bullitt family papers - Oxmoor collection, additional papers, 1920-1968.

Bullitt family papers - Oxmoor collection, additional papers, 1920-1968.

This collection consists of letters dated 1920-1968 written by Thomas, Nora, and Barbara Bullitt to their parents William Marshall and Nora Iasigi Bullitt. The letters dated 1920-1938 were written by the children while they were away at boarding schools and mostly concern their education, family life, and social life. The letters dated 1939-1968 were written after the Bullitt children began their careers or married and concern current events, social events, and descriptions of family life. There were several letters from the Bullitt grandchildren as well.

4 cubic feet.

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